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  • 37.
    At the Fishhouses

    Although it is a cold evening,
    down by one of the fishhouses
    an old man sits netting,
    his net, in the gloaming almost invisible,
    a dark purple-brown,
    and his shuttle worn and polished.
    The air smells so strong of codfish
    it makes one's nose run and one's eyes water.
    The five fishhouses have steeply peaked roofs
    and narrow, cleated gangplanks slant up
    to storerooms in the gables
    for the wheelbarrows to be pushed up and down on.
    All is silver: the heavy surface of the sea,
    swelling slowly as if considering spilling over,
    is opaque, but the silver of the benches,
    the lobster pots, and masts, scattered
    among the wild jagged rocks,
    is of an apparent translucence
    like the small old buildings with an emerald moss
    growing on their shoreward walls.
    The big fish tubs are completely lined
    with layers of beautiful herring scales
    and the wheelbarrows are similarly plastered
    with creamy iridescent coats of mail,
    with small iridescent flies crawling on them.
    Up on the little slope behind the houses,
    set in the sparse bright sprinkle of grass,
    is an ancient wooden capstan,
    cracked, with two long bleached handles
    and some melancholy stains, like dried blood,
    where the ironwork has rusted.
    The old man accepts a Lucky Strike.
    He was a friend of my grandfather.
    We talk of the decline in the population
    and of codfish and herring
    while he waits for a herring boat to come in.
    There are sequins on his vest and on his thumb.
    He has scraped the scales, the principal beauty,
    from unnumbered fish with that black old knife,
    the blade of which is almost worn away.

    Down at the water's edge, at the place
    where they haul up the boats, up the long ramp
    descending into the water, thin silver
    tree trunks are laid horizontally
    across the gray stones, down and down
    at intervals of four or five feet.

    Cold dark deep and absolutely clear,
    element bearable to no mortal,
    to fish and to seals . . . One seal particularly
    I have seen here evening after evening.
    He was curious about me. He was interested in music;
    like me a believer in total immersion,
    so I used to sing him Baptist hymns.
    I also sang "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God."
    He stood up in the water and regarded me
    steadily, moving his head a little.
    Then he would disappear, then suddenly emerge
    almost in the same spot, with a sort of shrug
    as if it were against his better judgment.
    Cold dark deep and absolutely clear,
    the clear gray icy water . . . Back, behind us,
    the dignified tall firs begin.
    Bluish, associating with their shadows,
    a million Christmas trees stand
    waiting for Christmas. The water seems suspended
    above the rounded gray and blue-gray stones.
    I have seen it over and over, the same sea, the same,
    slightly, indifferently swinging above the stones,
    icily free above the stones,
    above the stones and then the world.
    If you should dip your hand in,
    your wrist would ache immediately,
    your bones would begin to ache and your hand would burn
    as if the water were a transmutation of fire
    that feeds on stones and burns with a dark gray flame.
    If you tasted it, it would first taste bitter,
    then briny, then surely burn your tongue.
    It is like what we imagine knowledge to be:
    dark, salt, clear, moving, utterly free,
    drawn from the cold hard mouth
    of the world, derived from the rocky breasts
    forever, flowing and drawn, and since
    our knowledge is historical, flowing, and flown. read more »

  • 38.
    The Prologue

    To sing of wars, of captains, and of kings,
    Of cities founded, commonwealths begun,
    For my mean pen are too superior things:
    Or how they all, or each, their dates have run; read more »

  • 39.
    Song. Murdering Beauty

    I'LL gaze no more on her bewitching face,
    Since ruin harbours there in every place ;
    For my enchanted soul alike she drowns
    With calms and tempests of her smiles and frowns. read more »

  • 40.
    Ingrateful Beauty Threatened

    Know Celia, since thou art so proud,
    'Twas I that gave thee thy renown;
    Thou hadst, in the forgotten crowd
    Of common beauties, liv'd unknown, read more »

  • 41.
    The beauty of the heart

    The beauty of the heart
    is the lasting beauty:
    its lips give to drink
    of the water of life. read more »

  • 42.
    Snowy Owl Goddess

    Loudell, in a loose cotton dress
    the color of delphiniums,
    her hair, owl-feathered and quiet read more »

  • 43.
    Beauty Supply

    Sheaves of wheat in cement relief
    Supply the beauties of Archer Ave.
    Past the scaffolded brick church spire
    We turn on the vacant corner lot read more »

  • 44.
    The Part of the Bee's Body Embedded in the Flesh

    The bee-boy, merops apiater, on sultry thundery days
    filled his bosom between his coarse shirt and his skin
    with bees--his every meal wild honey.
    He had no apprehension of their stings or didn't mind read more »

  • 45.
    Couture

    Peony silks,
    in wax-light:
    that petal-sheen, read more »

  • 46.
    Bad Day At The Beauty Salon

    I was a 20 year old unemployed receptionist with dyed orange dreadlocks sprouting out of my skull. I needed a job, but first, I needed a haircut.

    So I head for this beauty salon on Avenue B.
    I'm gonna get a hairdo. read more »

  • 47.
    Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty)

    Consider
    a girl who keeps slipping off,
    arms limp as old carrots,
    into the hypnotist's trance, read more »

  • 48.
    The Greatest Artist

    God is the greatest artist
    To whom no one can compare,
    Streaking sunsets very beautiful,
    Painting rainbows in the air. read more »

New Beauty Poems

  1. Truth, Hans Raj Sharma
  2. Beauty Everywhere, derrick foster
  3. A Daydreaming Evoked by Swallows, Terry Dawson
  4. Beauty Catches The Eye Of The Humble, Gideon Arthur
  5. Beauty, narasanna n narasanna n
  6. Beauty Rarely, Casey Renee Kiser
  7. Beauty, Brianna Kimball
  8. Transform (2014), MILTON STYNER
  9. Beauty, Tondana Fatimah Seebaway
  10. BEAUTY الجمال, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  11. Beauty, Siawash Rustami
  12. Beauty Knows My Beauty Too, Athee Peter
  13. The Most Beautiful, Rubaba Mmahajia Rahma Sabtiu
  14. Beauty, Pragya Bajpai
  15. Beautiful Snow, Heather Burns
  16. Beauty is to whom?, Dr John Celes
  17. True Beauty, Alistair James
  18. Your Beauty, Tyler Walker
  19. Abstract, sallam yassin
  20. Beauty, Amitkumar Polsar
  21. Beauty Can Be Something, angelica nuesi
  22. Beauty, Matt Ancient
  23. Beauty is a Million Colors, Sareeah Keelyn
  24. African Beauty, Ehyndero Dhan
  25. 'Beauty, Beauty', Shania K. Younce
  26. There Is No Beauty Like Music's Beauty, Shalom Freedman
  27. What a Beauty-Full Life, Piyush Kaushal
  28. Y..... Get ready, Aufie Zophy
  29. Pride Of Africa, Naseeru Taneemu Annuree
  30. beauty also is not beautiful, Adesitimi Taiwo Damilola
  31. Beauty, Champs Ulysses Cabinatan
  32. You are the most beautiful, Omar Khalid Hashim
  33. The Greatest Artist, Udiah (witness to Yah)
  34. Beauty, Praveen Kumar In Celestial G ..
  35. * Beauty Is Upon You, Denis Martindale
  36. BEAUTY OF LIFE, TIJANI ADEBOWALE DESTINY
  37. Your Beauty, Obi Onyenwe
  38. This Is True Beauty, Blessing Ekpe
  39. Dissection, Sarah Mariah
  40. Beauty, Paige Slack
  41. Little Beauty, Demen ...
  42. Beauty, Cassie Ayotte
  43. What is beauty, Arti Chopra
  44. The Navajo Night Way Ceremony, Anonymous Americas
  45. beauty! what is BEAUTY? ? ?, pilar guethon
  46. True beauty, Jean Pullman
  47. beauty is..., Shannon Snyder
  48. The beauty of..., Anne Unknown
  49. God is beauty, Framarz Bagheri
  50. A BEAUTY NATURAL IS TRUE!, Ramesh T A
  51. Beauty Is The Poem, Shalom Freedman
  52. Beauty, new poet
  53. # A SLEEPING BEAUTY, Samanyan Lakshminarayanan
  54. Something Beautiful..., Not A Dream Choice
  55. Beauty Of Silence, Amir Amzah
  56. The Beauty Of A Poem, Shalom Freedman
  57. Beauty, confused cherub
  58. behold I i adore beauty, crushanda williams
  59. .. My Definition Of Beauty, Eyan Desir
  60. What is beauty?, Maria Luisa Taylor
  61. Beauty, Jake Samuelson
  62. Beautiful One, Mark R Slaughter
  63. What is Beauty?, maxpoet beauty
  64. Beauty, Brian Jefferson
  65. I dream, Timothy Honeycutt
  66. The Beauty Of Being In The World Jan.9,2.., Shalom Freedman
  67. What is Beauty?, Serah Regnier
  68. Beauty, naeem howard
  69. Without Beauty, Shalom Freedman
  70. your beauty, sam ggg
  71. beauty is the beast, Lara wolf
  72. beauty, edowaye omorogbe
  73. Beauty, Chizom Okpara
  74. Beauty, Opsy Coucchy
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